Examples from the Web for dante
Because Chirlane and I have had to talk to Dante for years, about the dangers he may face.The NY Police Union’s Vile War with Mayor De Blasio|Michael Tomasky|December 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Grenier speaks about his favorite writers, from Dante to Fitzgerald, as if they are his best friends.
Sorry Augustine, Aquinas, Dante, and Erasmus you must have been just a bad dream.
He said it was a scene that only Dante could have described.
Like Dante through the circles of hell, Jep has always closely observed and recorded the lives of fools and sinners and frauds.The New Fellini: Paolo Sorrentino’s ‘The Great Beauty’|Jimmy So|November 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Such a romantic attachment as that of Dante for Beatrice was doubtless unknown to our poet.Vondel's Lucifer|Joost van den Vondel
Comedy is the title which Dante gives to his trilogy and posterity has added the prefix adjective divine.Dante: "The Central Man of All the World"|John T. Slattery
The 5th canto of Dante pleases me more, and more; it is that one in which he meets with Paulo and Francesca.Life of John Keats|William Michael Rossetti
See the "Inferno" of Dante, where this motto is inscribed over the entrance into the abodes of woe.The Works of William Cowper|William Cowper
Of pathos Dante has given examples unsurpassed in literature.Essays sthetical|George Calvert
British Dictionary definitions for dante
Derived FormsDantean (ˈdæntɪən, dænˈtiːən) or Dantesque (dænˈtɛsk), adjective
Culture definitions for dante
An Italian poet of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries; his full name was Dante Alighieri. Dante is remembered for his masterpiece, The Divine Comedy, an epic about hell, purgatory, and heaven. The Divine Comedy was written as a memorial to Beatrice, a woman whom Dante loved and who died at an early age.